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. in parts of michigan and northern wisconsin, it's in the 30s this morning. over the next couple of mornings, they're going to have their first freezes of the season. for us around our region, we're down in the 50s. look at manassas down to 52, so's frederick. and down in the mountains, most of the areas in the 50s. closer to washington, southern montgomery counties in the upper 50s to 60s. prince george's county in the 50s. we'll stay in the 50s at 6:00 a.m. by noontime, low 70s. a mild and breezy day, could have winds gusting 20 to 25 miles an hour. highs reaching upper 70s by midafternoon. i'll be back with the hometown forecast in about ten minutes. now with your "first 4 traffic". >>> things are looking good on the interstates. no word on any serious backups. we're dealing with construction on the woodrowshoulders, all thl lanes are open. looking good on 270 as you make the trip into maryland. let's take a live look. 270 at father hurley southbound is on the right side. as you can see, no backup there. aaron, eun? >> thank you, mike. >>> congress is back in session after a five-week vac
temperatures around the region are down in the 50s again, like it has been last several mornings. and we do have the autumn constellations peeking through the ouds up there. it's only near 50 shenandoah wa valley in the mountains. much of northern maryland, eastern shore, down in the low to mid-50s. reagan national low 60s. by 6:00 a.m., that patchy fog around, partly cloudy. low 50s to mid-50s. by noontime, for your lunch hour, great for outdoor lunch, mid-70s, low humidity, and low humidity through the rest of the afternoon. when you're coming home for work and school, we'll be back down in the upper 70s. sunrise this morning is at 6:49. sunset at 7:17. a look at your friday evening and hometown forecast in ten minutes. first 4 traffic with danella. >>> checking out the roadways for you, if you're traveling in virginia, making your commute along the dulles toll road. travel lanes are open. not seeing any road work in place. 66 looks clear. earlier there was road work set up east and west. those cones are set up. let's get a live look as you look at sudley eastbound, nice and clear. travel
winchester. closer to town we are holding on to 50s although it is 46 in la plata. a nice afternoon. sunshine high, upper 60s to low 70s. monika samtani smiling. i hope that is good news for timesaver traffic. >> we have one accident i have been telling you about this morning northbound side of prince william parkway. keep that in mind for your travel plans. other than that, you have your normal flow stuff as you leave dale city toward woodbridge. the brake lights for this begin closer to route 44, it is bunching up for the beltway. we'll go back to the maps. this time head to 270 on the southbound side. you see all the yellow leaving frederick. it is going to be off and on as you leave clarksburg. the length to 121. i'll be back with more traffic coming up at 6:11. >>> sad news this morning. this is something parents of young children you might want to find a way to tell them this yourselves. people at the national zoo are in mourning. >> and that is because the newborn panda cub has died. kristen fisher is life at the zoo with what happened. >> reporter: so sad. what a difference a week can
to the killing of u.s. ambassador, libya, chris stevens. three other americans died in that attack. >>> so, governments around the world restrict the mocking of mohommed or should we be standing up for free speech, especially when it ts scary and dangerous? let me know what you think. send us an e-mail. the address, mailbag@wusa9.com. >>> mitt romney shifting from defense to offense. aggressively attacking the president on the economy. in the very tight race for the white house, showing him trailing in three key states. danielle nottingham has the latest. >> raising campaign cash in atlanta, mitt romney worked to steer his message back to the economy and away from the secret recorded comments he made to campaign donors. >> the question of this campaign is not who cares about the poor and the middle class. i do, he does. the question is, who can help the poor and the middle class? i can, he can't. >> number two on the republican ticket spent wednesday looking for votes in virginia where a new poll of likely voters shows president obama leading romney by four points. he's also up by six po
>>> protests and security concerns spread across the muslim world agency the u.s. ordered families of diplomats out of sudan and tunisia. >>> and after more than a year, a maryland mother speaks about the murder of her daughter and how she's keeping her memory alive. >>> good evening. i'm jim rosenfield. we begin in the middle east where anger sparked by an anti-muslim film continues to grow. yemen's al qaeda branch is calling for more attack on u.s. embassies, and praised the killing of u.s. ambassador chris stevens in libya earlier this week. that prompted an elite u.s. marine rapid response team to be deployed to yemen today. meanwhile, in its first interview, libya's president told "nbc news at sunrise," the attack was carried out by libyans and foreigners. the first time foreigners were said to be involve the in the attack. the state department is tell families of u.s. diplomats to leave. more on the growing violence. >> reporter: the anti-islamic movie showed is signs of subsiding in cairo. a striking contrast to the days of anti-american demonstrations that spread across nor
4:37. temperatures in the mid 5z, upper 40s in some places. howard is back to tell us about today. >>> a new study suggests one drug could work to help two deadly aggressive forms of cancer. >>> you are watching 9news now. >>> welcome back. 4:40 your weather first on this monday morning. grant a jacket, there is a chill in the air once again. we are going to be in the mid-60s for lunch, northwest winds 5 to 10, highs in the upper 60s, even 70, 71, looks like a great afternoon ahead. slightly warmer temperatures headed our way over the next couple of days. right now here's monika with timesaver traffic. >> reporter: if you are planning to head over on the northbound side of prince william parkway it is blocked with an accident. northbound 95 coming up looks like this into springfield. more coming up at 4:47. andrea and mike? >>> time for the first your money segment this morning, jessica doyle is off so alexis christoforous has the headlines. >> reporter: companies are spending the near record heaps of cash they have been holding on to. mcdonalds and microsoft said they would hike
and beautiful morning. >> in fact, downright chilly. some places might say it's cold. it's in the 40s. much of the region. >> that's cold in my book. >> right. we're not used to this. this is just early september. this is really a morning more like late october. all those areas you see in the blue, yes, they're in the 40s. and that includes much of virginia, western parts of virginia into west virginia, western maryland and just to our north and west of the metro area. it is in the 40s. look at elkins, west virginia, down to a cold 43 right now. reagan national is at 59. all these areas in the dark green, the 50s. that covers all the rural areas just outside the beltway, northern virginia and much of maryland around the bay eastern shore, it's in the 50s. ocean city only 52 right now. here's your forecast. for 6:00 a.m., chilly in the upper 40s, clear. crescent moon in the southeastern sky with jupiter up there and venus rising shortly. and low humidity the rest of the day with bright sunshine. low 70s by your lunch hour, by midafternoon coming back home from work and school will be in the
to temperatures in the 40s. storm 4 meteorologist tom kierein back with us this week and brought us cooler weather. >>> heading off to school, going to need jeans and a sweatshirt. that's for the teachers. they're dressing down lately. and students too. you're going to need to layer up a bit this morning, a chill in the air. that's a live view from our satellite and radar. storm team 4 looking down upon us there from space showing a clear sky, thanks to high pressure that is pushed in over the last 24 hours. right now it's only in the 40s these areas in blue. west virginia, western maryland, and central shenandoah valley. these dark green areas, the low 50s. that includes most of virginia, most of maryland, and the eastern shore. right near the bay waters, the lighter greens are the 60s right on the tidal potomac. a cool 61 by 7:00 a.m. we'll still be chilly. not a lot of wind, generally 5 to 10 miles an hour in the 50s. by noontime, wind picking up a little bit, gusting to around 20 to 25 miles an hour. highs reaching upper 70s. the winds blustery by midafternoon. sunrise 6:45. sunset 7:24. i'm b
. with the clear skies and light winds and dry air, we have low 40s out there from martinsburg and frederick, manassas down to 43. mid-40s la plata to fredericksburg. 30s at cumberland and petersburg at 37 while in town we're still holding on to 54. this afternoon partly sunny. becoming breezy. high temperatures in the mid, maybe upper 70s. nice. 6:00 let's go over to monika samtani. she's got your timesaver traffic. >>> on the southbound side of the bw parkway, the accident i told you about a few minutes ago near route 450 was cleared to the right shouer a while ago but now there's an accident on the southbound side of the bw parkway near route 410. apparently a single vehicle accident. you have all the slow traffic forming through the cheverly area and especially on the bw parkway here. we'll take a live look outside and show what you it looks like if you're planning to head over on to the bw parkway from our sky 9. you see the activity there on the southbound side with the flashing lights. that will cause your early morning delays. we'll keep you posted on that situation. let's go back ov
more protesters against the united states. >> u.s. and libyan officials give an account of last week that left four americans dead. >> it began spontaneously. >> this left us with no doubt that this was pre-planned, pre-determined. >> still on strike, chicago teachers will walk the picket line again today after the city extends a tentative contract offer. >> pair of nfl coaches exchange some unpleasantries after sunday's game. this is the "cbs morning news" for monday, september 17, 2012. >>> good morning, everybody. good to be with you. i'm terrell brown. anothemorning of anti-american protests in the middle east. hundreds of demonstrators turned tires and shouted death to america on a road near u.s. air base in kabul, afghanistan. hezbollah is calling for anti-protests. and roughly 50 are arrested in the benghazi attack. >> reporter: good morning, terrell. the u.s. is sending more military force certain hot spots after this new violence in kabul and hezbollah calling for more protests, indicating the the evenings could escalate across the arab world. hundreds of protesters are clas
're for the going to see any of that today. chilly this morning. cumberland 37. down to 33. petersburg 35. low 40s in martinsburg and frederick and manassas and culpeper. a definite chill in the ear. easton 51. 50 at andrews. a beautiful afternoon, even though we'll have a couple more clouds this morning with high temperatures in the mid to even upper 70s in a couple of spots spots. >>> should i strike a pose now, howard? >> go on. what's your response? if you're planning head around town, things are looking very good. if you were at the verizon center last night, i think everything is cleared up and traffic should be moving well around chinatown. no problems to report there. on the west side of town, no problems to report between the gw parkway, dulles toll road 66, inbound 66 also looking good as you head for the beltway and beyond inside the beltway to the roosevelt bridge. we'll take a live look outside and show what you it looks like first on the west side of town. no problems to report north side of town here at university boulevard. outer loop looking good leaving 95 toward university and
people are going to need a sweater, a jacket. some places in the 40s. meteorologist tom kierein, is that right? >> it is. many areas in the 40s. that's more like late october than mid-september. and here we go again. another fresh and cool morning undeway as we take a look right now at the temperatures right around the beltway. it's only around 50. and right in washington, it's in the mid and upper 50s. reagan national now at 59. and then a little farther out, outside the beltway, much of prince george's county now just in the upper 40s and low 50s. same thing with montgomery and fairfax and farther west around the shenandoah valley and much of northern virginia into the mountains, all these areas in blue are in the 40s. and on the eastern shore, too, away from the waters, a few locations there in the 40s this morning. and we're going to have another gorgeous day, but this chilly morning will be with us here for another few hours. by noontime, the low 70s. low humidity the rest of the afternoon. bright, sparkling sun and a sapphire blue sky. highs reaching upper 70s by midaftern
a long ways to go with temperatures down in the low 40s in oakland and cumberland and mid-40s in the shenandoah valley this morning. even manassas at 45. still 61 in annapolis but 50 for cambridge and andrews in fredricksburg 49. fog a little bit of a problem but it's getting better. frederick was a quarter mile last time we checked and now three miles. that's an improvement. we had fog in cumberland. they've improved. isolated patches of fog and your highs this afternoon, you're going to love it. if you can get outside, do it. highs in the mid- to upper 70s. its 6:00 a.m. here comes monika with timesaver traffic. >>> good morning, everybody. the major thoroughfares are looking pretty good with the exception of 95 in virginia. a minor accident causing delays. i'm going to go to that in just a second. first want to show what you it looks like on the the north side of town. you have the normal slow stuff forming at 6:00 in the morning on the outer loop leaving college park, not that bad toward university boulevard. the pace improves in bethesda. i'll step out and show what you i
/southeast. clouds beginning to move into the northern suburbs. areas of dark green in the 50s. a chilly morning throughout much of the region. around the metro area, most of maryland, virginia, west virginia in the 50s this morning. reagan national is at 65. right in the low to mid-60s right near the chesapeake bay. montgomery, arlington, fairfax, prince george's counties, generally mid-50s in most locations. watch out for the patchy fog by 6:00 a.m. still in the low 50s. by noontime, the mid-70s and a few clouds around. still not very humid today. up around 80 by midafternoon and getting cloudier by late afternoon. i'll be back in ten minutes with a look at your friday evening along with the hometown forecast. danella is here with the friday morning commute. >>> right now checking on road work in the area. yesterday i was bad news bears. bad news all day. right now not so bad. that's good. you are facing road work if you're traveling on the beltway in virginia. let's start with the inner loop as you make your way towards the dulles toll road. just the right lane getting by. let's talk about th
suburbs and prince george's county into the mid to low 50s. right now much of montgomery county is only near 50 degrees as well as much of fairfax county. arlington right now in the mid-50s. reagan national at 60 degrees. other temperatures farther away from washington, farther west and north, as usual, shenandoah wa valley into the mountains. southern maryland, only near 50 degrees most locations as well as the northern neck. right near the bay waters, mid-50s to near 60. hour by hour, 6:00 a.m., low 50s. still a chill in the air. sunrise at 6:47. a gorgeous day coming up for our lunch hour. highs near 80 by 3:00 p.m. when children are coming home from school andette going back to work by late afternoon. i'm back with a hometown forecast in ten minutes. first 4 traffic now with danella. good morning, danella. >> good morning, tom. >>> checking the roadways for you. things still look pretty good. traveling bw parkway between the baltimore beltway and the capitol beltway, travel lanes are open, even considering on 225 as you make your commute through southeast. no issues to report. trave
which may come across hagerstown in another 45 to 60 minutes. low 60s in the shenandoah valley. touch of fog out toward warrenton and culpeper. they're also in the low to mid- 60s. we have 68 in town and the warm spot, the naval academy at 71. so a mix of sun and clouds today, potentially some late afternoon, more likely after dark showers and storms. there are your highs, mid-70s north. mid-80s south. 6:00 straight up. monika samtani with timesaver traffic. looking better or worse? >>> you know what? it's looking a little better actually. north of the beltway we're looking at a live picture in the four corners area from our kevin king. he tells me that this is westbound university boulevard at royalton road where pepco is working on some power lines that were brought down with an early morning accident. although traffic is getting by, that activity may thereby for a while. you can see the crews and the cones set up. so be aware of this as you head out the door this morning toward four corners and down to the beltway on university boulevard if you're planning to head in this area nort
.m. chilly in our area with temperatures in the 50s. spectacular weather yesterday. hope we can keep it going. meteorologist tom kierein is back from vacation. he brought a little gift with him in the form of this nice weather. >> eun, i've never seen you so giddy. >> with the redskins game and the weather combined, i just can't help myself, tom. >> the karma has come together. >>> we're going to have a gorgeous week coming up. you loved yesterday. you're going to love it today. it's going to be tough going off to work and school when you have a beautiful blue sky overhead. this morning no travel problems weatherwise. a beautiful area of high pressure pushing in, a gift from canada. it's moving over our region coming in from the upper midwest, where right now it's down into the 30s. parts of northern michigan, northern wisconsin, locally under this clear sky. these areas in blue are in the 40s. that includes parts of the shenandoah valley, mountains of west virginia, western maryland, all the areas of dark green in the 50s. that includes nearby suburbs in prince george's, arlington, fairfax,
point down to 49. that's comfortably dry. we have a very light breeze. temperatures, they are in the 40s throughout most of west virginia. virginia and maryland except right around the beltway, it's right near 50. inside the beltway, mid-50s. near 60 by the bay waters. but don't go too far away from the bay. it's near 50 in easton right now. and even at the beaches at ocean city, it's only around 50 degrees. and by 7:00 a.m., we'll still be just in the low 50s with a chill in the air. but then by noontime, ought to climb 20 degrees into the low 70s and hitting upper 70s by midafternoon and lots of sun and humidity. sunset, 7:22. i'm back with the hometown forecast in ten minutes. a look at your first 4 traffic now. mike in for dawnela. >> good morning. things still looking great on the beltway. we are dealing with an accident in montgomery county that's on warfield road at woodfield road. let's take a live look at that accident via chopper 4. traffic is getting by. we are seeing no serious delays there and hopefully that accident should be out of the way fairly soon. on eastbound 66, see
with temperatures. down to 70 at national. but in the 60s already in gaithersburg and manassas and the lower 70s in fredericksburg. now the temperatures, they really fell quickly last night. they will not fall as quickly as tonight. we have a few clouds around. just a couple of high mid-level clouds. we'll call it clear to partly cloudy. still cool, but not as chilly. the winds are southeast at 10. now we'll come back and talk about how we will finish in the week. the summer and fall will arrive on saturday morning. we'll let you be the judge. but coming up next, is your iphone legit? we've got a story that will make you think twice. >>> well, if you are desperately in need of the brand new iphone, beware of the deal on the streets. prince george's county police have arrested two people selling fake verses of the iphone 4s. a father/son duo were out there selling the fake phones for $250, right outside of the stores. an undercover officer says that the about was pretty believe -- act was pretty believable. >> they previously sold seven in the parking lot and they were going like hot cakes. they
of a front in the upper midwest now. that front coming our way later tonight. ahead of that, mid-60s right on the tidal potomac at reagan national and near the bay waters. just a half mile away from the bay, it's down to the 50s, much of maryland, virginia, and west virginia, as well as out in the mountains. some of the high spots there down into the upper 40s this morning. kind of a damp chill in the air. still a littl patchy fog by k 00 a.m. hour by hour, a rapid warmup. a 20 degree jump between 7:00 and noon. and a gorgeous afternoon, just a few clouds coming in. highs reaching near 80 midafternoon. >> right now this issue happening on i-95 in virginia. you are able to get by. also, medevac has been requested. that means it may need to land on the roadway. expect delays. again, this is northbound i-95 approaching prince william parkway. only the right lane gets by there. still keeping an eye on the beltway. this is a live look at 201. still seeing heavy volume between bw parkway and route 1. that crash out of the roadway, but still seeing some volume in that area. over the to rails, mar
spontaneous violence? why the attack on the u.s. embassy in libya -- on the consulate in libya may be the work of terrorists. >> welcome to news4 today. we're going to take a live look outside right now. at 5:00 a.m., 64 degrees out there. continued, wonderful, fabulous, spectacular weather in the nation's capital. this is as good as it gets. >> all those adjectives absolutely worked, tom kierein, don't you think? >> i am out of words. i am speechless. it's been so gorgeous. and it continues. and here this morning, not quite as dry as it has been the last couple of mornings. a little bit of patchy fog in some of the rural areas, but we have another clear sky, the autumn constellations are up. jupiter, that's a bright spot on the southern sky. venus rising with a thin crescent moon. we have a little bit of fog in some of the rural areas because it has turned a little more humid, but it's cool again. most of these areas, maryland, virginia, the eastern shore, the northern neck, most of these areas are down into the low and mid 50s. on the bay waters, it's right around 60 degrees. by
>>> this morning on early today, tipping point. anti-american protestors attack u.s. government buildings in two countries leaving one state department employee dead. >>> song frenzy. all eyes on apple as the rumors of the next generation iphone. >>> deep impact. an amateur astronomer captures a massive explosion on the planet an amateur astronomer captures a massive explosion on the planet jupiter. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> hello and good morning. i'm mara schiavocampo. today we begin with under siege. violent protests broke out against the u.s. and libya in egypt yesterday resulting in the death of at least one american. in libya last night, smoke and flames billowed out of the u.s. consulate in benghazi after they clashed with armed muslim protesters throwing handmade bombs at the compound. the gun men were outraged at a film which criticizes islam and the prophet mohammed. while strongly condemning the attacks, secretary of state hillary clinton confirms that one state department officer was killed in the protest. >>> earlier tuesday anger over that s
of the 33,000 u.s. troops deploy today afghanistan in a troop surge ordered by president obama two years ago, they are back home. now that leaves 68,000 american forces in the war zone. the president ordered the surge because of escalating taliban violence. >>> u.s. embassies in the middle east and parts of asia are preparing for more possible protests today. people have demonstrated in front of u.s. missions in anger over the american made antiislamic film. president obama says extremists used the film as is an excuse to attack u.s. interests in the region. >>> one of the actresses in the film at the center of the violence, "innocence of muslims" is suing the filmmaker for fraud and slander. she says she was tricked into appearing in the trailer. >> cindy, what was your understanding about what the film was about? >> when i originally was cast for the film the name of the film was "desert warriors" and on set. mohammed or muslims were never mentioned. >> garcia also says the voices in the film were added after the filming was done and she's been receiving repeated death threats. a judge rej
on wall street in the united states. the dow dropped 13 points, the nasdaq picked up four and the s & p 500 fell a fraction. >>> mixed news when it comes to the unemployment numbers in our region. the jobless rate in the district had been falling down to 8.8%. however maryland jobless rate increased to 7. 1% from 7, and virginia's rate remained flat at 5.9%. the national unemployment rate dropped to 8. 1. >>> if you buy peanut butter at trader joe's you might be affected by a recall. the trader joe's peanut butter with sea salt may be affected. as a precaution the health department is advising you to avoid this food until the investigation is done. they can be returned for a refund at trader joe's. >>> libya's military is taking action in response to the deadly attack on a united states consulate, coming up. >>> plus firefighters in the pacific northwest are losing the battle to keep two large wildfires from merging. >>> and ahead in sports the redskins extend a streak they would rather break in sunday's game at fedex field. we'll be back. ah. fire bad! just have to fire roast these to
>>> on our broadcast tonight, days of rage, egypt, libya, now yemen, the protests against the u.s. are spreading. we're live tonight in cairo and tripoli. >>> also tonight, a navy seal who lost his life in thing -- attack on the consulate. >>> and new numbers, and what we're polling, including what the post-convention bounce has done for the president in a critical state at a critical time. >>> your money, a big announcement on the economy, what it could mean for mortgages, with retirement savings and jobs for a lot of americans. >>> and a big moment for the duchess, what she is drinking is getting so much attention. nightly news begins now. >>> from nbc news world headquarters in new york, this is nbc nightly news with brian williams. >>> good evening, tonight, across a huge and uneasy region, where arab spring has long ago faded into something more complicated. today, there were protests in no fewer than several locations. today, the violence is in cairo where the protesters stormed the u.s. embassy. then the terrible lightning attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi, libya, th
to the u.s. by the chinese government first arrived at the national zoo. >> they're very, very cute. >> reporter: doctor anita smith is a psycho therapist from georgetown. she said pandas almost universal appeal has to do with not just how cute they are, but with how they evoke the fondest of childhood memories. >> the soft, cuddly, cute look of the panda, it brings back childhood memories. pandas give us a sense of fun and play that we all need in our lives. >> reporter: if you're hoping to get that sense of fun and play sometime soon, keep in mind that the panda exhibit at the national zoo is expected to remain closed for about another week. derek? >> thank you, matt. >>> west nile virus claimed a second life in virginia. we know the victim lived in fairfax county, but health officials are not releasing any further details. >>> the saying an apple a day keeps a doctor away, it's not true for a group of students at ballou senior high school in southeast. three of these students had to go to the hospital after they ate apples brought in by their teachers. the hazmat unit found nothi
of of the mess on federal agency and prosecutors in phoenix. the intent was to let the guns from the u.s. pass into the hands of suspected drug smugglers and then take them to mexican drug cartels. but they lost track of 2,000 of the weapons and hundreds of them ended up at crime scenes. >>> mitt romney going from defense to offense today. he was aggressively attacking the president's economic policy and during a fund raiser the presidential nominee was working hard trying to steer his message back to the economy and away from the secretly recorded comments he made to high roller campaign donors. >> the question this campaign is not who cares about the poor and the middle class. i do. he does. the question is who can help the poor and the middle class. i can. he can't. >> well, romney's running mate paul ryan spent his day looking for votes in virginia where a brand new poll of likely voters shows president obama leads romney by four points. he's also up six points in wisconsin and one point in colorado. the president and romney will meet in colorado will meet in two weeks. debate number one.
to play overseas now. >>> a great finish to a great weekend. the party is about to end. storm team 4's chuck bell is here with the first word on the weather. >> good evening. good sunday evening, everybody. plenty of clouds away. those are moving on out and we ended up with bonus sunshine with the tail end of sunday, a very pleasant evening to get outside. temperature, 75 in washington. 71 up in northern maryland. 73 in culpepper, virginia, 74 in la plata, maryland. and 76 in annapolis. nothing showing up just yet some of we'll be dry for the rest of this evening. have been a few sprinkles down on the lower parts of the eastern shore, but they haven't been bothering us. as a result. sunday evening looks good. sunny breaks for the next little while. sundown at 7:14 this evening. mid 70s for now. back to the middle and upper 60s by 11:00 and rain drop chances are arising. we'll talk about that on the seven-day, coming up are. >> a calmer day across the middle east and the rest of the muslim world after a week of deadly protests. but today contradictory claims about the attack on the u.s.
transported to the hospital. one, an elderly woman. the other a man in his 50s. don't know the outcome of what happened to them once they got to the hospital. not believed to be serious. there was a third person who was taken to the hospital. this person came from tinley town. this person was complaining of anxiety issues. that person was transported to the hospital. lesli, back to you. >> thank you. and we continue our team coverage with more about the problems bruce mentioned over at the tinley town metro. surae chinn is there. those people are sure hoping for a smoother evening rush hour, surae. >> reporter: lesli, so far, so good. but at the time 20 to 30 people got off the train. one person did suffer from anxiety taken to the hospital. the incident, one person again taken to the hospital. some were so fed up they decided to get off the train the first chance they got. >> there was frustration. >> i don't know. i just didn't want to take the train anymore. >> and confusion. >> try to get the fire back on. they said they are going to evacuate us again. >> people want to evacuate. >>
attacks on u.s. embassies. and in his first interview with an american tv station, the president of libya, told nbc news the attack on the u.s. consulate was planned. he also says lib yanz and foreigners were responsible for the assault that killed four americans. jim maceda has more now on the u.s. response from cairo. >> reporter: a four-day stand-off outside the u.s. embassy in cairo ended early this morning. riot police charged the protesters and cleared outta rear square, arresting some 200 along the way. the city began to return to normal as did the country. but friday's day of rage sprea across more than 20 countries. in tunisia today, local citizens and security personnel, surveyed damaged cars and buildings at the u.s. embassy, now protected by armored vehicles. while a marine response team took up position at some western hotels. it wasn't all quiet. as far away as sitny, auydney, trail, protests broke out saying they had defiled their religion. with the whole middle eastern crisis, pope benedict xvi offered a message. he said people of different faiths now live together. in the
sprinkles at the most. right now, it's getting warmer, upper 70s and much of the region. reagan national, 77. closer to washington, right now, fairfax, arlington, prings georges, montgomery county, low to mid-70s. a gorgeous day. more clouds around than has been throughout the week. we'll look at the weekend forecast in detail as well as into next week in a few minutes. back to you. >> thank you. >>> we are going to turn to the roads and look at traffic. danella sealock joins us with the latest. there were problems this morning in northern ga virginia. >> i was the bad news bear again today. not so much now. volume is light. let's talk about road work. this might slow you down on i-66 eastbound. you cannot get on the inner loop of the beltway. construction is going to slow you down until 3:00 p.m. the outer loop and inner loop was a mess this morning. not now. smoo sailing. nice and clear. if you are taking the beltway in virginia, no problems there. a live look here on the inner loop and outer loop. you are accident free at this time. pete and barbara, back to you. >> thank you very much. >
to mid-60s south and east. out to the west in the shenandoah valley, we have temps in the middle 50s. let's go to monika samtani. this whacky wednesday morning. she's got your timesaver traffic. >>> thank so you much. if you're planning to head around town, i'm going to say nothing's weeky about it luck -- whacky about it lucky. from woodbridge to the owk quan river -- occoquan river, all your lanes are open. let's take a live look into the downtown area across pennsylvania avenue. no issues here. near the willard hotel. nonavenue near wheeler, you want to watch out for police activity. that will be shut down in both directions throughout the morning rush hour. so plan accordingly there. let's go back over to our maps. this time all the way to northern montgomery county coming in from rockville on 270. burtonsville route 29. the beltway as you travel through silver spring into bah these today, all lanes are open -- into bethesda, all lanes are open. and the west side of town same story. lanes are open. more coming up at 5:09. >> thanks, monika. >>> the stormy weather cleared out. >> but t
. it was negotiated way back in the '90s that we would have this and it was continued in our contract in '01 and '06 and now they've decided they don't want to us have it. well, yes, the economy has changed. things have changed, but we have to remember one thing. the nfl is not like caterpillar. they're a virtually monopoly with an anti-trust exemption and making record profits. so contributing 60% less to our pension through a defined contribution was simply unacceptable for us and it was a take it or leave it deal for them. >> j.b., in your sense, will the refs be appreciated more? >> for as long as i've been covering the league and what i think i understand about human nature, here's what i think may happen. the first couple weeks these guys are back. the fans and players will cheer and embrace them. after a few weeks you'll find the players and coaches screaming at them as they normally do. the bottom line is they may scream and holler, but they know that they understand the rules and they will enforce the rules. >> doesn't it bother you there was so much focus the last few weeks on the referees
in islamabad. yesterday police had to use tear gas to disperse a mass protest outside of the u.s. embassy there. >>> a provocative advertisement that equates muslim radicals with savages begins on monday. the ad ran on city bus in san francisco. it reads in any war between the civilized man and savage support the civilized man. a blogger is behind the ads. a judge has ruled the ads can run. >> the obama administration says an investigative panel will look into the attack on the u.s. consulate in libya. the attack that killed christopher stevens was a terrorist attack. >> reporter: at a solemn memorial service, libya's president paid his respects to ambassador christopher stevens. u.s. deputy secretary of state william burns had earlier flown into the capital under tight security. behind-the-scenes an fbi team is preparing to fly to benghazi to investigate the attack. the compound behind these walls is the major crime scene but any evidence left inside will have been badly contaminated by looters and curious local people who flooded in after the attack. here's what eyewitnesss, officials and lib
on those attacks on u.s. embassies. there are reports that at least one person has been arrested in connection with the deadly assault on the u.s. consulate in libya. a third victim in the attack that killed the u.s. ambassador to libya has been named by his family. he was a former s.e.a.l. from massachusetts named glen daugherty. also today, demonstrators attacked the u.s. embassies in yemen and egypt. americans in jordan have been warned about a massive protest planned for tomorrow outside the u.s. embassy in ayman. here at home the crisis is becoming a possible factor in the presidential campaign. steve handelsman joins us now from capitol hill with the latest. >> reporter: on the hill today, republicans backing mitt romney questioned president obama's leadership in this crisis. as yet another group of angry muslims attacked another u.s. embassy. like in libya tuesday, anti-american rioting in yemen got out of control, storming the u.s. embassy complex and breaking in before police beat them back. no americans reported hurt. it's the third arab nation racked by protests aimed
forecast is going to be on the mild side. we're sitting in the 60s. i expect that to stick through about the 9:00 hour. then when the sunshine pulls on in later on this afternoon, we'll see the opportunity for the temperatures to really bump on up quickly through the 70s by noontime and early afternoon i think most of us should hit into the middle range to lower 80s. around about 8:00 we should see 80 degrees at reagan national airport. then in the afternoon cloud cover comes back in. by about the 7:00 or 8:00 hour, we could see some showers and storms begin to develop. the highs will be the warmest of the week. it's going to feel very warm, more like summertime today and tomorrow we cool down back down into the 70s. monika? >> early morning headaches on the southbound side of i-270. i'm sorry to tell you. at least the good news is the accident that caused those headaches has been cleared. it was after route 118 in germantown. but look at all that red. it's 6:00 in the morning. let's take a live look first over here at the accident. i'm going to step out n. is our this is from our sky 9.
towards an anti-islamic movie made in the u.s. which has angered protesters all across the region. they are convinced there was some kind of planned or pre-planned attack against the american embassy. meanwhile, the u.s. is sending fbi special investigators to benghazi to help in determining the cause of the attack, and who else may have been involved in it. now, for their part, the u.s. embassy has received some reinforcements. at least 50 marines have arrived and have now taken up positions here in the capital. we also understand that at least two u.s. navy warships have been deployed off the coast of libya, and the government here has pledged to the united states that it will cooperate with the investigation, and help in trying to bring the perpetrators of this attack to justice. nbc news, tripoli. >>> and the violent anti-american protests have spread from tunisia to indonesia. the crisis is growing, and it is becoming a larger factor in the race for the white house. steve handelsman is on capitol hill now with more on this. >> reporter: wendy, good evening. candidate paul rya
with brian williams. >>> good evening, he was a u.s. foreign service officer, a diplomat representing his country, all he ever wanted to be, he didn't ask for cushy assignments. be, chris steven was the u.s. ambassador to libya, killed last night in the attack in the city of benghazi. a total of four americans were killed, america -- the president vowed justice will be done. ill are justice, turns out turns out 911 was a bad day for overseas, protesters in cairo destroyed the american flag in cairo and egypt, and then in benghazi, where we begin tonight, we have our chief foreign correspondent, richard, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, brian, we hoped to broadcast in front of the u.s. embassy here in cairo, but had to leave as egyptian security forces clashed with the demonstrators there, pushing them back, using tear gas to try to stop assaults like the ones yesterday, which we are learning much more about. two attacks on u.s. buildings, one here in cairo, spontaneous, passion, harmless, the other in benghazi, focused and deadly. at 4:00, protesters in cairo answer a preacher's c
." the president said there was quote, no doubt, the assault was more than just a mob action. the u.s. ambassador and three other american diplomatic personnel were killed in that attack. >>> the attacks against the embassy in cairo, egypt was a subject of a meeting between secretary of state hillary clinton and president morrissey -- morsi. they also spoke about improving security in the peninsula near israel's border. >>> the parking garages at dulles international airport are back open after a bomb scare led to police searches and stranded passengers last night. the garages were closed for several hours preventing passengers who had parked there from reaching their vehicles. the metropolitan airports thorpt said the airport was never -- authorities said the airport was never evacuated. >>> should maryland utility companies be allowed to collect a surcharge from their customers during the first 24 hours after a major power outage? >> that's something under consideration right now by the state's public service commission. > reporter: this is really just a matter of principle. as one commissioner
'm still here in the u.s.. >> reporter: he says he's now going to work on getting his u.s. citizenship and on starting college. anita. >> what a great outcome. thank you, ken. >>> a deaf woman is attacked near a metro stop, and tonight that suspect is still out there. it happened over the weekend near the rosslyn metro station. the woman was trying to get a cab when she was grabbed and pulled into an alley by the suspect. she fought back, biting the man's hand, after traumatizing the victim, attacker robbed her of $45. investigators are looking at surveillance cameras in the area hoping to identify their suspect. >>> caught on tape, a less than courteous exchange between a metro bus driver and a wtop reporter. this cell phone video shows him confronting the driver who won't show her nametag and refuses to be identified. according to the man, he was trying to parallel park when she rushed up and flashed him a lewd gesture. >> the vast majority of our bus drivers are courteous and provide good service. there are some that do not do that and are rude which is indicated in that particular
the deadly attack on the u.s. consulate as a bump in the road. >> that assertion is desperate and offensive. the president was referring to the transformations in the region. >> the president's campaign is rolling out a new ad attacking romney for saying 47% of americans who don't pay federal income taxi themselves as victims. >> maybe instead of attacking others on taxes, romney should come clean on his. >> ad is airing in ohio, where paul romney is launching a campaign bus tour. and the first of three presidential debates is set for october 3. at the white house, i'm karen, derek, back to you. >> looking forward to that. thank you. president obama is in new york where tomorrow he will address the u.n. general assembly and the clinton global initiative. mitt romney will speak at the clinton global initiative tomorrow. >> still ahead, out of the woods? residents try to save the last remaining section of forest in tyson's corner. >> we'll let you know the if the kids need a jacket for the bus stop. >>> up next, a new study could lead to major breakthroughs in the way women are treated f
after the horrific killing of the u.s. ambassador to libya. >>> money out the window. bank robbery suspects hurl cash after a high speed chase. >>> and baby buzz, what kate has been turning down that's >>> and baby buzz, what kate has been turning down that's sparking pregnancy rumors. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> hello and good morning. i'm mara schiavocampo. today we begin with firing back. in response to deadly attacks in libya that killed a u.s. ambassador u.s. war slips been sent to the coast and an elite group of marines will ramp up security. all of this as the obama administration responds to criticism from republican rifle mitt romney while investigating whether the attacks were specifically coordinated to take place on the anniversary of 9/11. nbc's steve handelsman has more. >> reporter: in cairo, another demonstration at the u.s. embassy. and after what happened in libya, president obama was harsh. in an interview on telemundo. >> they don't have traditions of civil society. >> reporter: not at the u.s. consulate in ben zbaz gi on the eleven anniver
who lost their lives 11 years ago. just one of many happening today. news 4s megan mcgrath live on the pentagon where another ceremony wrapped up. hey, megan. >> reporter: that's right. the ceremony just wrapped up here. many family members moved over to the victims memorial, which is closed to the general public, reserved for the family members to have a quiet moment this afternoon to reflect. the ♪ itself was short. only a few people spoke, including president barack obama. that was done on purpose. there was an effort here to keep this event low key and to limit the attendance to those who lost loved ones in the attack on the pentagon. the sunrises above the pentagon ushering in another solemn anniversary. 11 years ago today, 184 people were killed when flight 77, flying low with a terrorist at the controls slammed into the side of the building. >> it gives me chills every time i think of it. unfortunately, this is a sad day, but a day we grow as americans. >> i think people do remember. walking around, people seem to be more somber. i think it's very important that people
against our great nation is a clear example of this bitter reality. >> reporter: u.s. and israeli leaders chose not to attend mahmoud ahmadinejad's speech here at the u.n. in part because it occurred on rom kippur, one of the holiest days on the jewish calendar. demonstrators protested ahmadinejad's appearance. >> he again does not represent iran at all. >> reporter: iranian americans from across the country joined the protest. >> we send a message that the people of iran stand for democracy, human rights, nonnuclear iran. >> reporter: during his speech, ahmadinejad did not directly address his country's nuclear program, but he did y his nation was committed to peace. cbs news at the united nations. >>> at 4:36, here's a look at some other things making news now. extreme -- [indiscernible] -- is speaking out how he survived a weekend avalanche in the himalayans which killed at least eight people. the california dare devil says he feels like one of the luckiest people in the world but he's heart broken he couldn't save two friends who are still missing. a wall of snow swept about a thousan
the country. there were reports the groups helped facilitate meetings between the u.s. and a doctor who alegendly helped hunt down osama bin laden. >>> a texas man was the victim of a birthday prank that caused him to be removedn handcuffs from a plane in delve afterafter a phone hoax tip that he was smuggling something. christopher shell's birthday nightmare worsened when texas authorities kept him in custody for outstanding warrants. >>> following the death of astronaut neil armstrong his gloves and visor from the 1962 moon walk will be on display at a national museum centered in virginia. meanwhile his family announced that according to his wishes, armstrong, a navy man to the end, will be buried at sea. >>> and now here's an early look at how wall street's going to kick off the day. it was a good day. the dow closed at 13,292 after jumping 244 points yesterday. the s&p went up 28. the nasdaq surged 66. >>> taking a look at overseas trading this morning, in tokyo the nikkei shot up 191 points while in hong kong the hang seng skyrocketed 592. >>> well, stocks sizzled thursday thanks t
's down into the mid 50s in prince gorges s -- prince geos county, fairfax. farther south in southern maryland as well as across much of maryland and virginia, all those areas in the dark green are in the 50s and it's dipped down to near 50 in some of the highlands out in west virginia, along the chesapeake bay as well, down into the low and mid 50s this morning. clear under a cool sky, still in the 50s. sunrise 6:48. by noontime, should be another beautiful day for an outdoor lunch. low humidity with sunshine. a few clouds popping up in the mid afternoon, but highs around 80 by mid afternoon. bill back with the hometown forecast in ten minutes. >>> if you're traveling on the roads, still dealing with some construction. let's start with the interloop and outer belt of the beltway around university boulevard. left lane is blocked in both directions, but that road work should be ending soon. also, had construction on the inner loop and outer loop, this time at kennelworth avenue. you can see the travel lanes are open. at one point, just one lane was getting by. as you're approaching 201
protesters this morning. u.s. worships are mobilizing off the libyan coast. around the world, embassies are on alert. an update on the tense situation ahead. >>> breaking news here at home. on the beltway, gridlock. danella saying it's time to start thinking about finding another way to get where you're going. an update in a moment. good morning, everybody. i'm aaron gilchrist. >> and i'm eun yang. we'll take a live look outside at 6:00 a.m. beautiful weather. tom kierein here with the forecast. >> good morning. you don't have any travel problems weather-wise this morning. take a look. here is the view from space around our region. we've got another clear morning under way. and a few clouds are building in the midwest. that's ahead of a front that's going to be arriving here tomorrow night. between now and then, expect more gorgeous autumn weather here in mid september. right now, 63 at reagan national, but elsewhere in fairfax, arlington, montgomery and prince george's counties, it's just in the low 50s. much of maryland and virginia right down to just near 50 degrees as wel
those areas you see in the light blue, those areas are down into the 40s in a few location. in the rural areas of virginia and west virginia. most of the areas in green mostly in the 50s. and right near 60 at the bay waters and reagan national. close-up view, metro temperatures, prince george's county, mid-50s. arlington, fairfax county, low to mid-50s. in the midwest, only near 50 degrees and upper 40s. by 6:00 a.m., still a chill in the air under a clear sky. sunrise 6:47. by noontime for your lunch hour, low humidity in place. temperatures in the mid-70s by noontime. around 80 by midafternoon with lots of sun, low humidity. a spectacular afternoon. i'm back in ten minutes with the hometown forecast. look who's in the house. danella sealock back with our first 4 traffic. good morning. >> good morning. great to be back. happy wednesday to you. >>> traveling on the inner loop of the beltway, this time as you make your way past the dulles toll road, that entrance to the ramp westbound dulles toll road shutting it down due to road work. let's talk about the outer loop of the beltway at 193
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